Faculty are planning new classes and revamping coursework to take advantage of virtual learning and give students a first-class academic experience
The university announces initiatives to address racism and increase support of diversity
The Schools of Arts and Sciences and Engineering begin the fall semester on September 8 with undergraduates on campus; graduate and professional schools’ plans announced, too.
The Tufts community is invited to participate in an effort to keep a rich record of life at the university in the midst of global pandemic
School of Arts and Sciences undergraduate students Sylvester Bracey, Maureen Kamanu, Harry Kong, Kella Merlain-Moffatt, Rabecca Musiega, Leticia Rocha, Daniela Sánchez, Madeline Weir, Seblewongel Yigletu, and Graduate School of Arts and Sciences student Cyatharine Alias have been awarded the Tufts Presidential Award for Civic Life.
Watch recorded well wishes from parents and family members, alumni, and friends from around the world congratulating the class of 2020.
Amid pandemic uncertainty, Tisch Library and its branches and the Digital Collections and Archives rely on their preexisting digital plans and platforms
As a supplemental resource to the University's FAQ, the School of Arts and Sciences has gathered information specific to A&S staff and faculty.
Deborah Obalil, president and executive director of the Association of Independent Colleges of Art and Design, praises the SMFA and Tufts University merger in this Inside Higher Ed article, stating it “resulted in greater investment in both faculty and student support while maintaining the unique culture for which SMFA was known.”
The Boston Globe selected Tufts University Art Galleries' Sanford Biggers exhibition for its best of 2019 list.